The sixth and penultimate phase of the Lok Sabha elections for 59 seats spread across Delhi and six states began today.
As Delhi goes to vote, here are some pictures from the capital city.
Delhi’s oldest voter, 111-year old Bachan Singh.
#ElectionsOutlook | Delhi’s oldest voter, 111-year old Bachan Singh after casting his vote at a polling booth in Sant Garh. #LokSabhaElections2019 #Elections2019 #Elections #VotingRound6 #Phase6 #delhivotekar #DelhiVotes pic.twitter.com/Jqz5MDtVrr— Outlook Magazine (@Outlookindia) May 12, 2019
I have casted my vote. It’s a duty of every citizen to cast their vote for better India. I urge everyone to participate in the biggest festival of democracy. My country, My Vote. #delhivotekar #myvotemyright #VoteKarDelhi pic.twitter.com/IfzoUTPgqv— Manika Batra (@manikabatra_TT) May 12, 2019
Voters outside polling station in New Delhi in #Phase6 of Lok Sabha elections (Express Photo by Renuka Puri, Neeraj Priyadarshi)— The Indian Express (@IndianExpress) May 12, 2019
Follow LIVE updates on voting in Delhi, Haryana herehttps://t.co/jimzEds2Cu pic.twitter.com/kr5xuC4LJy
School children lend a helping hand to senior citizens at a polling booth in Delhi. #Phase6 of voting across 59 constituencies in 7 states/ UT underway— Hindustan Times (@htTweets) May 12, 2019
Follow LIVE: https://t.co/XtQksKfplU#VotingRound6 #Phase6 #ElectionsWithHT
Photos: @rajkraj_ht pic.twitter.com/Vh9TyurGiE
#LSelectiondelhi2019 May 12. I maintained d pace of casting first vote, which followed since several elections. Today I voted first in delhi, South Ex part 1, Kasturba Nagar AC, New Delhi LS constituency. pic.twitter.com/jpMFUkVi4N— Shankarananda, nation first (@Shankaranandbr) May 12, 2019
#GotInked in chandani chowk booth. All women at job though not a pink polling station. Efficient staff and seamless excercise. Booth had all required AMF. kudos to RO and DEO 👏👏 #GoVote pic.twitter.com/QLDKQxAJc8— Harleen Kaur (@HarleenParmar) May 12, 2019
Mother’s Day Best Celebrated by Casting Vote.. inked finger with a Cheer smile from Old Rajinder Nagar polling booth,New Delhi pic.twitter.com/utHFMDxjTN— Sameer Dixit (@sameerdixit16) May 12, 2019
Voters at Hauz Rani village in New Delhi during the sixth phase of Lok Sabha elections.— TOI Delhi (@TOIDelhi) May 12, 2019
Photo: Rajesh Mehta pic.twitter.com/kRPT28AeeB
Senior citizens lead the queue at this model polling booth in Yamuna Vihar, NE Delhi. They have now gone in to vote and one person added, “first vote, then eat”.— Pooja Shali (@PoojaShali) May 12, 2019
#DelhiDecides #delhivotekar@IndiaToday pic.twitter.com/HwWR5pub7y
I request everybody to please go out and vote today. Regardless of who you choose, you need to exercise your choice, choose wisely and make your decision count! #Election2019 #VoteKar #GoVoteDelhi #GotInked #ModiFor2019 pic.twitter.com/oraXC1NPh8— Chowkidar Vikram Mittal (@VikramMittalbjp) May 12, 2019
Leading by example— Election Commission #DeshKaMahatyohar (@ECISVEEP) May 12, 2019
Mr Umesh Sinha, Senior Deputy Election Commissioner and his wife proudly flaunt their inked finger after casting vote and inspiring all to #GoVote.#GotInked #Phase6 #LokSabhaElections2019 pic.twitter.com/tRjUXb0EgL
I did it. Did you, Delhiite??— SANJAR (@SanjarAazad) May 12, 2019
please step out and vote …it’s most important thing to do today.
Don’t forget to vote!!#Deshkamahatyohar#NoVoterToBeLeftBehind #LokSabhaElections2019#GotInked#Delhi#voterselfie pic.twitter.com/rwruRdq75I
#DeshKaMahaTyohar #GotInked #LokSabhaElections2019 #Phase6 .. Especially came back to Delhi from Hanoi, Vietnam to exercise my vote. #DeshKeDilMeiModi @rameshbidhuri @TajinderBagga @ManojTiwariMP @rajnathsingh @narendramodi @KapilMishra_IND @republic @Shehzad_Ind @PiyushGoyalOffc pic.twitter.com/eKPUwBJ5C9— Chowkidaar Joydeep Chatterjee (@joydeep91in1) May 12, 2019
Slept at 2am in the morning, woke up at 6am in the morning and quickly went for voting because it’s my fundamental duty. #GoVote because #YourVoteMatters#DeshKaMahaTyohar— Lokesh Singh Chauhan (@lokesh0013) May 12, 2019
#IndiaElections2019#GotInked #Delhi #Phase6 @CeodelhiOffice @ECISVEEP #VoterSelfie pic.twitter.com/lbFeul70uP
.#LokSabhaElections2019 #DelhiVotes: Leela Ram, 98, a senior citizen said “I don’t believe in new political parties and outfits and have voted for the Congress. Why should I hide it. It is the only party which has been able to take care of the county all these years.” pic.twitter.com/X8W2R7kRCH— Jatin Anand (@JatinPaul) May 12, 2019
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At 82, she was more pumped up about voting. She even refused to take the wheelchair at the polling booth and preferred to walk through the big premises in her stick. She did her bit at this age. Did you? #LokSabhaElections2019 #DelhiVotes #NaniMaa . . . . #GeneralElections #Indianelections #Delhivotekar